Getting between HEC Montréal’s two buildings is easy. You can take the 51 or 119 bus or, if you like, you can easily walk. In fact, by using the Université de Montréal pedestrian network, you can go most of the way without having to deal with the weather.
You can use public transit with the OPUS card.
HEC Montréal has installed a number of bike racks along the perimeter of its two buildings.
Côte-Sainte-Catherine Building: The bike racks are located in the indoor parking complex (accessible from Côte-Sainte-Catherine) and along the laneway between HEC Montréal and the Université de Montréal’s Faculty of Urban Planning (Aménagement) building.
Decelles Building: The bike racks are located alongside the building on Jean-Brillant Avenue. Note that a large number of other racks are available at Université de Montréal, located at 3200 avenue Jean-Brillant.
If you have a car, you can use the indoor parking lot at the Côte-Ste-Catherine building (space is limited). Find out about the parking lot opening hours and rates.